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  • ANALYSIS: Air France-KLM wrestles with medium-haul challenge

    Air France-KLM intends to turnaround its short- and medium-haul operation with a solution organised around three units: Air France's provincial bases, its...

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  • Air France quiet on budget carrier consideration

    Air France is declining to state whether it is considering a low-cost domestic operation, but points out that it is...

  • CityJet drops business-class cabin for premium-economy

    <p>Air France-KLM subsidiary CityJet is scrapping business class in favour of a premium-economy product.</p><p>The move...

  • PICTURE: Cityjet Dornier 328 G-BYMK new livery

    <P>CityJet <FONT color=#000000>has painted a number of its aircraft operating from its London City...

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  • CityJet 'must kick out' competitors at London City: airline chief

    News | 02 Oct 2014 09:22 | Michael Gubisch

    Newly independent regional carrier CityJet is facing tough competition at London City airport, but chief executive Christine Ourmieres is adamant that the former Air France subsidiary can survive as a standalone entity.
  • Cardiff airport chief to depart

    News | 22 Aug 2014 08:18

    Cardiff airport chief executive Jon Horne is to stand down at the end of the month.
  • BAE Systems sees growing Avro MRO demand in Canada

    News | 11 Aug 2014 13:02 | Michael Gubisch

    Canadian charter operator Summit Air has opted to maintain components on its BAE Systems Avro RJ85 regional jets via the manufacturer’s aftermarket arm.
  • CityJet names new commercial chief ahead of rebranding

    News | 30 Jul 2014 10:08 | Oliver Clark

    CityJet has appointed Patrick Lukan as commercial chief to oversee the newly independent regional carrier’s rebranding later this year.
  • ANALYSIS: KLM UK Engineering mulls more regional jet approvals

    News | 24 Jul 2014 16:29 | Michael Gubisch

    ​KLM UK Engineering is evaluating the addition of new regional aircraft maintenance capabilities while the MRO provider is diversifying its business with more aircraft teardown and technical training activities.
  • ANALYSIS: European airline profits still a work in progress

    News | 22 Jul 2014 10:46 | Graham Dunn

    Europe’s economy may have lifted from the dog days of the euro crisis and its airlines may collectively be back in profit, but there remains a big difference between thriving and simply surviving.